During this challenging time, we have implemented strict COVID-19 protocols. Please read our policies here.
Our priority will always be our patient’s safety.

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Covid-19 Protocols

Please do not enter if you are sick or have COVID-19 symptoms. Unfortunately, we do not have an open-door policy and we have eliminated waiting room seating. We are only allowing patients in the office that have appointments for the Doctor or our Optical department to enter. We are screening all our patients at the door. We will ask several questions and take your temperature. Face masks are required. All patients, staff and doctors will always have a face mask on. Bandanas, gaiters, and vented masks are not allowed. Hand sanitizer is available throughout the office for everyone to use. We also have social distancing signs posted throughout the office. We have a very strict cleaning protocol in place that is in line with the CDC. We will ask you to call from your car when you arrive, and we guide you from there.

Our priority will always be our patient’s safety.